Before we begin the discussion on SRJK (C) in my vernacular school series (following on which will be titled ‘VS’ in the header), this is a prelude.
I don’t have much to say on Tamil schools since I’m not qualified to comment. Only that if Chinese insist on our Chinese schools, then by the same token, I can understand if Indians want to keep Tamil schools going.
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Below are screenshots of the Malaysia Chronicle front page today as well as the news portal’s article on Tunku Aziz.
Malaysia Chronicle featured the Tunku Aziz game changer as its top story, illustrating it with photos of other politicians whom the opposition label as ‘frogs’ — Hee Yit Foong, Hasan Ali, Ibrahim Ali, Perak Adun Keshvinder Singh (nicknamed ‘Ca$hvinder’ by the oppositionists), Zulkifli Nordin and Member of Parliament N. Gobalakrishnan.
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